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Djulin Marine Aboriginal Corporation


Reef and tropical forest communities at White Lady Bay

Djulin Marine Aboriginal Corporation in conjunction with Reef EcoTours plan to develop an ecotourism product at White Lady Bay that will complement our aquaculture operations and provide guests with an overview of the marine and terrestrial ecosystems of the bay, as well as highighting the traditional connections between the Wulgurukaba and Bandjin peoples and their land and sea country.

Guests would embark at the Horsehsoe Bay foreshore for the short boat ride to White Lady Bay. Aboriginal art would be available for purchase at our shore side art-stall, and then guests would take a short walk through the littoral forest community with our guides identifying wildlife and explaining traditional uses for the plants in the area. The walk ends at the aquaculture facility at the northern end of the bay. Our guides would be on hand to explain the operations of the hatchery and onshore facility, and guests would be able to view clams, corals, fish and other marine life at close range in our aquaria, before returning along the beach to the art stall. Tour time would be approximately 2 hours. Click here to download an aerial view of our concept plan.

Shoreline at White Lady Bay

updated 3 Nov 2015

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